Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Surgeries and clinic cancellations extended TAGSfeatured Previous articleTwo Barrys sign with Limerick FC for another seasonNext articleSEE for Cinema will screen Blancanieves admin Shannondoc operating but only by appointment Advertisement NewsBreaking newsHospital wards flooded following burst water pipeBy admin – December 3, 2013 489 Twitter Print Linkedin Walk in Covid testing available in Limerick from Saturday 10th April Facebook No vaccines in Limerick yet WhatsApp Proceedures and appointments cancelled again at UHL by Bernie EnglishSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up bernieSTAFF had to rush to move patients at the University hospital in Dooradoyle after a pierced watermains flooded three wards.16 patients were moved to alternative locations at University Hospital Limerick this morning after the wards were flooded following the accidental piercing of a water main during construction work.No patients were injured and the hospital itself remained open for business. The damage happened during construction of a multi storey block which is being built to house a new Breast Unit and new facilities for cystic fibrosis, Parkinsons, and Dermatology.A hospital spokesperson said; “Removing 16 beds from the system poses obvious difficulties but we are satisfied that all patients are being looked after and we are now appealing to the public and to all GPs in the region for their co-operation in this emergency. Nobody should attend the hospital save in a case of genuine emergency.” First Irish death from Coronavirus
Five Additional Judges Of Calcutta HC And One Additional Judge Of Allahabad HC Made Permanent [Read Notification]
News UpdatesFive Additional Judges Of Calcutta HC And One Additional Judge Of Allahabad HC Made Permanent [Read Notification] Sparsh Upadhyay26 Sep 2020 6:58 AMShare This – xThe Central Government on Thursday (24th September) notified the appointment of Five Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court and One Additional Judge of Allahabad High Court, as Permanent Judges.[Calcutta HC] Five Additional Judges made Permanent. They are:-· Md. Nizamuddin· Tirthankar Ghosh· Hiranmay Bhattacharyya· Saugata Bhattacharyya and· …Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Central Government on Thursday (24th September) notified the appointment of Five Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court and One Additional Judge of Allahabad High Court, as Permanent Judges.[Calcutta HC] Five Additional Judges made Permanent. They are:-· Md. Nizamuddin· Tirthankar Ghosh· Hiranmay Bhattacharyya· Saugata Bhattacharyya and· Manojit MandaThe Notification of the Central Government in this regard reads,”In exercise of the power conferred by clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint S/Shri Justices (1) Md. Nizamuddin (2) Tirthankar Ghosh (3) Hiranmay Bhattacharyya (4) Saugata Bhattacharyya and (5) Manojit Mandal, Additional Judges of the Calcutta High Court, to be Judges of the Calcutta High Court with effect from the date they assume charge of their respective offices.”The President of India had appointed all of them as Additional Judges of Calcutta High Court on 06th February 2018.[Allahabad HC] One Additional Judge made Permanent. He is:-· Virendra Kumar IIThe Notification of the Central Government in this regard reads,”In exercise of the power conferred by clause (1) of Article 217 of the Constitution of India, the President is pleased to appoint Shri Justice Virendra Kumar II, Additional Judge of the Allahabad High Court, to be a Judge of the Allahabad High Court with effect from the date he assumes charge of his office.”The Supreme Court Collegium had recommended to appoint them as permanent Judges vide Resolution dated August 24, 2020.Click Here To Download Notification[Read Notification]Click Here To Download Notification[Read Notification]Next Story
== Greggs’ sales up ==Greggs’ latest figures showed total group sales were up 5.2% for the 19 weeks to 9 May. The bakery retailer also saw like-for-like sales grow 2% in the same period. It “enjoyed a successful Easter” having sold over 2.3 million hot cross buns so far this year – a 10% increase on 2008.== Pork Farms job risk ==Pork pie manufacturer Pork Farms is seeking voluntary redundancies for up to 90 of its 300 employees. The Nottinghamshire-based firm said the job losses at its Queens Drive factory were a necessity, due to the adverse effects of the recession and a change in working practices. The company is now in a 30-day consultation period.== Healthy Cake award ==Among the winners of Food Matters FreeFrom Food Awards was The Healthy Cake Company’s organic gluten- and dairy-free carrot and raisin cake, which won the FAIR trophy for the best FreeFrom Food 2009. Genius gluten-free bread (see page 10), won The Innovation Award for the best new free-from product for 2009.== M&S in retro move ==Marks & Spencer has launched a retro range of food and drink products this month to celebrate its 125th anniversary. They include the first pre-packed cake range sold in M&S, featuring 12 flavours, including cherry Madeira, Battenburg and the Swiss roll.== Ultimate closure? ==Sandwich firm Ultimate Foods, based in Wiltshire, has indicated it may have to close, as it is no longer economically viable. The company, which runs the Gibsons factory in Devizes, entered into a 30-day consultation period earlier this month. Ninety-five staff work at the plant.
When astronauts suddenly experience a medical situation on the International Space Station 250 miles above Earth, the terms “emergency room” or “urgent care” take on a unique meaning.Late last year, NASA researchers suspected that one of their astronauts was suffering from a blood clot during a long duration stay on the space station.The clot was detected during a vascular study of 11 astronauts that was intended to assess the effect of space on the internal jugular vein. In zero gravity, astronauts’ blood and tissue fluid shifts toward the head.The study involved nine men and two women who were an average age of 46. Their identities were not included in the study.A new assessment of the blood clot was published last Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine.Six of the participating astronauts experienced stagnant or reverse blood flow, another one had a blood clot, and yet another was considered to have a potential partial blood clot.Scientists weighed the risk of the blood clot, as well as its potential to block a vessel in the absence of gravity.Dr. Stephen Moll, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s School of Medicine, was the only non-NASA physician who was consulted to help the affected astronaut.He says, “My first reaction when NASA reached out to me was to ask if I could visit the International Space Station to examine the patient myself. NASA told me they couldn’t get me up to space quickly enough, so I proceeded with the evaluation and treatment process from here in Chapel Hill.”Moll is a member of UNC’s Blood Research Center and is a blood clot expert.“Normally the protocol for treating a patient with deep vein thrombosis would be to start them on blood thinners for at least three months to prevent the clot from getting bigger and to lessen the harm it could cause if it moved to a different part of the body such as the lungs,” Moll adds. “There is some risk when taking blood thinners that if an injury occurs, it could cause internal bleeding that is difficult to stop. In either case, emergency medical attention could be needed. Knowing there are no emergency rooms in space, we had to weigh our options very carefully.”He spoke with the astronaut during a “phone call from space,” consulting with them as if the person were one of his other patients.The pharmacy aboard the space station contained 20 vials with 300 milligrams each of an injectable blood thinner. Moll directed the astronaut to use them on a daily basis until an anticoagulant drug could be sent to the station during a resupply mission.The astronaut took a higher dose of the injectable, called enoxaparin, for 33 days in order to control the risk of the blood clot. The dose was lowered after that time, as the astronaut awaited the arrival of the drug apixaban.The researchers watched the clot shrink over time. Blood flow was then induced after 47 days through the vein, although spontaneous blood flow was not achieved, even after undergoing treatment for 90 days.The blood clot disappeared 24 hours after landing. Six months later, the astronaut was still free of symptoms.According to Dr. Serena Auñón-Chancellor, study author, NASA astronaut and clinical associate professor of medicine at Louisiana State University’s Health New Orleans School of Medicine, “We still haven’t learned everything about Aerospace Medicine or Space Physiology.”She adds, “The biggest question that remains is how would we deal with this on an exploration class mission to Mars? How would we prepare ourselves medically? More research must be performed to further elucidate clot formation in this environment and possible countermeasures.”
Both Leicester and Chelsea are set to field strong starting XIs when they meet in the FA Cup quarter-finals today. With a semi-final spot at Wembley up for grabs for the winner, the two Premier League sides will look to give themselves the best chance of landing some silverware.For Chelsea, they will be looking to bounce back after being knocked out of the Champions League by Barcelona in midweek, and head coach Antonio Conte says his side will continue to compete in their remaining competitions.“I think every trophy is important for us. We started the season to try to fight until the end for every competition,” he said. “In the Carabao Cup we reached the semi-final, in Champions League the last 16. This is the FA Cup quarter-final. If we win, we can play another semi-final at Wembley. We try to do our best in every competition. This must be our target.“Leicester are a good team. In the last game we played at home, we suffered against them. Then to try to do our best also in the league, to find a place in the Champions League. It won’t be easy.”Leicester manager Claude Puel knows Chelsea will be the favourites heading into today’s clash, but believes his side can make life difficult as they look to continue in the FA Cup themselves.“All the players are ready with desire and without pressure because Chelsea are the favourites. But we can cause them big problems,” he said.“They will have four days to recover. That is enough. They have a lot of players in a fantastic squad. This is their last chance to win something. They will have great motivation.“It is a decisive game. It is in our stadium and a good opportunity to get to the semi-final.”Conte is poised to pick his first-choice line-up, having rotated his options in previous rounds, and could yet choose Willy Caballero in goal after Thibaut Courtois was twice beaten through the legs by Lionel Messi in Wednesday’s loss at Barcelona. Defender David Luiz (ankle) and midfielder Ross Barkley (hamstring) are out.Leicester are expected to have an unchanged squad. Daniel Amartey will not return from his hamstring injury until after the international break, while Robert Huth continues to work his way back from the ankle problem that has blighted his campaign.Kelechi Iheanacho will hope to play, while Aleksander Dragovic, Christian Fuchs, Matty James and Marc Albrighton could also come into contention for recalls.Leicester and Chelsea have met in five previous seasons in the FA Cup – Chelsea have progressed in all five ties, most recently in the quarter-final in 2011/12.Kelechi Iheanacho is averaging a goal or assist (9 goals, 1 assist) every 55 minutes in the FA Cup in his career, and has scored four goals so far this campaign.Olivier Giroud scored one goal and assisted two more on his FA Cup debut for Chelsea against Hull – since his debut in the competition in January 2013, the Frenchman has been involved in more FA Cup goals than any other player (21, 14 goals and 7 assists).Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram